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Publisher: Wednesday Books

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The Fangirl book from the bestselling author Rainbow Rowell revolves around the life of Cath and her obsession with Simon Snow and his writings. Cath and her twin sister Wren always hang around Simon Snow forums, while reading and rereading his books. Their worlds change when it's time for college and Wren decides she will not share the room with her sister Cath. Out of her comfort zone and learning to take her steps out in the open world, she is worried if she can do it on her own. The thought of her loving and fragile father who has never lived alone keeps her afraid. Will she be able to go about writing her personal stories just like she had imagined or will she succumb to being handheld throughout her life.

- Written by Rainbow Rowell, a bestselling author consistently topping the highly recommended list of books
- Excellent insight into how the character learns to make it through life's irregularities
- Add to your collection of beautifully written novels with relatable characters

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Number of Pages 448